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    Bear and camera trap in Leopard Land

    Putting Your Best Claw Forward: Bear Helps Adjust Trail Camera in National Park

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    A Himalayan black bear in Leopard Land national park in Russia's Primorye Region (Far East) wants to pose in style, so he moves the device a little bit - just enough for the camera to capture him sauntering slowly along a large log.

    It would appear that nowadays even bears have learned how to shoot a good video. This claw-footed creature is obviously ready to start his movie career, but first he needs to get a movie set ready.


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